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On today''s episode, Ian King talks to Rupert Thompson, chief economist at Kingswood Group about the UK economy. He also discusses Dutch company Philips'' move into healthcare tech. And Ian asks Chris Miller, global managing director of the ticket resale company Viagogo if the NFL has finally cracked the UK.
Philips CEO Roy Jakobs talks about his businesses priorities and the outlook moving forward.
Phillips shares dipped modestly in the wake of a report by Pro Publica that questioned its handling of complaints related to its now recalled ventilators and sleep apnea machines.
Philips suppressed more than 3,000 complaints about problems with its sleep apnea devices over a period of more than a…
Philips failed to report at least 3,700 complaints about its sleep apnea devices and respirators to the United States regulator FDA since 2010,
Meesho, backed by SoftBank, is expanding into the branded segment of ecommerce, allowing users to buy products from national and regional brands like Decathlon, Philips, and Bajaj. This move aims to cater to users seeking branded products and comes during the festive season. Meesho will generate revenue by charging a 4-5% commission from these brands, diversifying its business beyond its traditional focus on unbranded, low-priced products from small and medium sellers.
Philips faces significant challenges and controversies. Read my thoughts on PHG stock and why I see no reason to buy the shares today.
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